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to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
the window. >> an awesome video in los angeles. home of so much make believe this was not fiction as abc's nick watt reports it was fact. >> reporter: in that speeding black suv, four guys who just robbed a bank in santa clarita. the cops hot on their tail, a chase topping 100 miles an hour. so far, so l.a. then this bundles of cash thrown from the back seat as the car raced through town. people rushed into the streets to scoop up the money. >> see people diving into the street to get the cash. >> reporter: look at that again, they're throwing money out the window? what is this, robin hood? >> you can see all the pedestrians out here. >> reporter: word got out. crowd got thicker. cheering benevolent bandits. >> this is all evidence. >> reporter: the third high-speed chase in l.a. this week. monday a suspected drug dealer actually got away. a rare occurrence. >> he crashed. >> reporter: the suspected murderer cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. >> he has got the weapon in his hand. looks look he want down. ak-47. trying to return fire. >> reporter: all those suspected bank robb
came out for television's biggest night. >> the 64th primetime emmy awards took place in los angeles and there was some pretty fierce competition. joining us live via skype our music and media consultant. he is the expert on this sort of stuff. bruno del granado. the showtime series "homeland" cleaned up beating "mad men" for best drama. and i'm actually interested in watching it now. >> it's a major upset, paula. "homeland" was a little show nobody even knew about a couple months ago. now it's won four major awarding including best seer, bed lead actor in drama, best lead actress. what a great setup because season two starts next sunday. >> bruno, what about the award for best actor in a comedy? there were fears that "two and a half men" wouldn't be as good without charlie sheen. >> well, t.j., jim parsons was a shoo-in to win for the third consecutive year. but jon cryer came out of nowhere and stole the limelight away from him. it was weird because he wasn't even expecting it. when he was doing his acceptance speech, he was all nervous, kind of brought back memories of "ducky" whe
is at the awards joining us this morning from los angeles. brandi? >> reporter: good morning, t.j. good morning, paula. yes, this was a big night for "modern family," several wins there. also a huge night for "homeland." that television drama took home several key awards including one of the biggest of the night. "homeland" beat "mad men" for best drama. the 64th annual primetime emmy awards was filled with excitement and a few surprises. >> this is crazy. >> jon cryer couldn't believe he won best actor in a comedy while julia louis-dreyfus won best comedy actress for her role in "veep" and another big night for "modern family." >> julie bowen. >> julie bowen. >> yeah. >> reporter: both julie bowen and eric stonestreet won their second emmys for their supporting roles. >> i never knew i'd be on tv as a gay man but i love the pictures of hairy chest you guys are sending me. >> reporter: even host jimmy kimmel provided plenty of laughs. >> i don't think the president should be watching "homeland" for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should watch "breaking bad." [ laughter ] >> reporter
that it's show times. these messages are among 250 pages of e-mails obtained by "los angeles times." michael jackson described in them is a jackson the public never saw. ♪ some things in life they just don't want to see ♪ not even in "this is it" the behind the scenes movie documenting prep for the blockbuster comeback. but this slurred phone message recorded a month before his death. played at conrad murray's trial seems to support assertions jackson was not well. the underwriter of the comeback shows is now suing aeg, claiming the company lied about jackson's health to secure a $17.5 million insurance policy. jackson's heirs are also suing aeg claiming promoters pressured him. to perform. we could not reach aeg for comment, but lawyers for the company told the l.a. times these messages are incomplete and leaked to portray the company in a negative light. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. ♪ >> wow, there is not a bigger mj fan on the planet than i am. it is just unbelievable to see just his last couple months how sad they were, how completely unraveled he seemed to be. for a
-speed chase in los angeles in july will be in court monday. he's the first person to be charged under a new california law penalizing those who drive recklessly while chasing a commercial photo. he could face up to a year in prison. >> you're driving along the ventura freeway in l.a. and you got a paparazzi chasing somebody at 100 milesance hour, your life is at risk and it's just wrong. >> reporter: celebrities continue to clammer for better privacy laws tired of life at the other end of that long lens. actress halle berry hit a breaking point in may when a photog showed up at her daughter's school. >> i'm doing something honorable and not harassing >> reporter: a says it's the worst time ever to be famous. >> i feel that anyone being invaded at that level is unfortunate and there should be a law, you know, no one would like that. >> reporter: travolta was referring to the recent scandal over kate middleton's topless photos which enraged the british public and prompted legal action against the french magazine that published them. a criminal investigation is also under way, but nothing is l
s again today. north east of los angeles. that's where hundreds of firefighters are battling a fast-moving fire in the angeles national forest. more than six square miles have already burned. as abc's nick watt reports, the danger is growing. >> reporter: theangeles national forest was packed with thousand of campers and hikers enjoying the holiday weekend. >> we just saw the smoke next to us and we started packing. >> reporter: the fire began 2:15 sunday cause unknown. within hours, nearly 4,000 acres were ablaze. vacationers evacuated and hundreds of firefighters drafted in from across the west. the fire is moving very, very fast the we can see it coming down this hillside. look at the terrain. talking 80-degree inclines which makes it difficult for firefighters to get up to the flames and fight this fire. air drops are the best and in most places the only option. >> it is uphill, steep, rugged terrain, we are trig to get aircraft on this fire to slow its progress. >> reporter: the fire is moving towards populated areas. right now only 5% contained. what happens next -- depends la
found out that tyrone lives here in kind of a rough neighborhood in downtown los angeles. ...i wanted to confront tyrone to see if trudeau's claims were true... [knocking, ♪...] so i showed up on his doorstep. ...i'm looking for tyrone clark. we're looking into the claims that kevin trudeau made, that you made $85,000 towards going to college. >> oh, that's why you're here. >> is that true? >> yeah, that is true. >> misha: again, he seemed convincing, but would tyrone back up trudeau's other outrageous claim? >> when the money is given to you by the government you never have to pay it back. >> you never have to pay it back. >> mm-hmm. >> it's not a loan. >> oh, no, no loans. i can't do loans. >> misha: but could we still catch him in a lie? there was only one way to know for sure. ...we want to make sure these claims are actually true. >> well... >> misha: we followed tyrone into his apartment and watched as he started searching through his files. ...show me some of these checks. >> this is the highest, right here, 14,000. >> misha: and there it was, in black and white. ...when you
scandal in a high school near los angeles. more than 70 people have been questioned after several soccer playser at the high school said they were attacked on school ground. a sex crimes unit is investigating allegations that a coach lured younger boys to a room where older players tried to assault victims with a foreign object. >> fought so are, he grabbed this piece of javelin, grabbed it with both of his hand like this, squeezing it so hard. >> this is intolerable. and our district cannot -- tolerate this. >> the abuse allegedly occurred late last spring. but police are looking into several years of the la puente high school soccer program. >>> new york city now supplying the morning after pill to teens at a dozen high schools. students as young as 14 can get the emergency pill, plan b, without telling their parents. part of an expanded pilot program, aimed at curbing teen pregnancy rate. reaction so far has been mixed. >> the morning after pill, that's more unprotected sex. >> they're old enough. i think a good idea. >> the morning after pill can prevent pregnancy taken up to 72 hour
. as far as the controversial movie, the writer, director, and financier lives in this los angeles home. >> there was some need for our presence to be here to provide safety. >> reporter: police say nakoula basseley nakoula who used the name sam bacile is a member of the coptic church and also spent time in prison. >> i never said muhammad. i never heard muhammad. >> reporter: the actress says she was duped and there was no mention of an anti-islamic message until after filming when the role of george was changed to muhammad. >> i want the world to know i did not know. >> reporter: at least 51 u.s. embassies and consulates sent out warnings to u.s. citizens asking them to be vigilant and avoid large crowd. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >>> this morning, we learned the names of all victims that have been killed, ambassador christopher stevens, career diplomat, two tours in libya, sean smith worked as information management specialist. a former navy seal, protecting the consulate, and tyrone woods, a former navy seal who served multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan. also protecting
the theory though, the stink is being reported up to 50 miles away in suburban areas of los angeles. air quality managers are investigating. >> powerful stink. >> fish and chips anybody? >> there you go. holding on the fish. remember when new york had a mysterious smell. some sort of maple. >> always a mysterious smell in new york. >> far and wide. new jersey. it smelled like maple syrup. better than stinky fish. >> something smelled good in new york. a look at the weather. frost advisories for new york, new england. showers in south florida. heavy thunderstorms and flooding in the southwest. gusty winds from the pacific northwest to 80s in the midwest. 90s sacramento to dallas. 64, seattle. 70s in the rockies. >>> here is some evidence it wasn't all bad when hurricane isaac came ashore late last month. >> the artist hung out under an overpass and let the storm's strong wind take his paint across the canvas. the final results turned out pretty cool. >> yeah, they do look good. >> bobby says when heap puts it up for auction, the proceeds will help isaac's vick timz and is likely to head o
about the controversial filmmaker and the family, they have left their los angeles home for parts unknown. deputies say they reunited him with his relatives and drove them to an undisclosed location. >>> more than 130 inmates on the loose this morning after escaping from a prison in northern mexico. right near the texas border. authorities say the prisoners broke out through a 20-foot tunnel yesterday, and cut their way through a chain link fence. they are now questioning the staff to see if they were involved. most of the fugitives were in for federal crimes like drug trafficking. >>> a north carolina court is hearing new testimony in the four decade old "fatal vision" case. former green beret and doctor jeffrey macdonald trying to clear his name in the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. new dna evidence was introduced monday. there was a statement from a deputy u.s. marshal who sa, a woman had told him she was in the family's apartment the night of the attack. >>> a texas mom is demanding answers from her son's middle school saying administrators paddled
condition. >>> in los angeles, investigators are awaiting toxicology tests on a actor who allegedly murdered his elderly landlady and plunged to his death. 28-year-old, johnny lewis, he had smaller roles, and accused off taking two men with a bottle and trying to break into a woman's home. probation officers and his attorney expressed concern over his mental health and drug use. >>> day long amber alert for a miss 3g-week-old baby ended with the arise of the baby's mother. the volunteer searchers found mia thompson alive in a creek in stark county, illinois. her mother said she had been abducted by a woman in a gold or tan car in front of a post office. >> she ran into the post office to drop something off or something. and come back out and -- didn't really, you know, i don't know what happened from there. but next thing i know is that -- you know, mia was missing. >> baby mia was taken to the hospital and is expected to be all right. the county share rich says it is likely child services officials will take custody of the baby and her 11-month-old sister. a 12-year-old north carolina girl
cultural history nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> i could not look away. >> i was telling you beforehand. i watched the first five minutes. i went down and got distracted. i missed the chair part. the money. >> the chair, just unbelievable. >> i saw it all on tape. >> trying to figure it out. is the chair. is he losing it? what's up with the chair? >> like he said it was memorable. it was a lot of the above. he succeeded. >> who remembers anything else. all about the chair. >> exactly. we will be right back. >> invisible obama in the chair. ha-ha. invisible obama in the chair. ha-ha. hd-8. >>> this morning on "world news w" -- >>> this morning on "world news now" -- tale of the tape. a secret recording has mitt romney doing damage control. >> the republican nominee faced reporters last night responding to his comments about president obama supporters and entitlements. it's tuesday, september 18th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm june muller. >> i'm sunny hostin. rob and paula are on assignment. we fweelt to that explosive tape, rock
into a program like this. >> reporter: this is the first leg of "endeavour's" three-day journey to los angeles where it will eventually call the california science center home. and it is no easy mission. in south l.a., crews are already preparing to roll "endeavour" through the streets. they're raising power and cable lines from 30 feet to 60 feet above ground to have enough clearance for the shuttle's tail. >> we had to bring in specialized equipment, because we normally don't work above 30 to 32 feet. >> reporter: 260 trees are being cut to make room. that's angered some residents. >> something different, yeah, besides cutting them down. >> reporter: the science center is promising to plant and maintain four trees for every one that is removed. as the shuttle ended its first day of travel in houston, astronaut mark kelly, the last to fly "endeavour," made this request for his wife, former congresswoman gabby giffords. >> tell the pilots when they land it would be great if they could fly over tucson so gabby and i could see "endeavour." >> reporter: and nasa has decided to grant mark kelly's
. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> well, first of all, she's absolutely gorgeous. you can't stop looking at her. >> a cutie-pie. holy cow. >> and apparently, you know, this is a little girl after my own heart. she loves the jackson 5. and she her eyes light up at the mention of michael jackson's "thriller." yes, you see. she can perform all the dance moves and lyrics. >> really? >> i can perform all the "thriller" dance moves as well. >> did you get called out, or was she nice to you? >> very nice to me. >> a sweetie. that's the news for this half hour. >>> this morning on "world news now," fo >>> this morning on "world news now," football fiasco. replacement refs responsible for one of the most bizarre endings in nfl history. >> the controversial call in the packers/seahawks game could be a turning point in the troubled season. it's tuesday, september 25th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson's on assignment. >> and i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >>> in a moment, the nfl firearmstorm. it truly is a firestorm.
-seekers in l.a. >> reporter: just about everyone in line at this los angeles job fair was clinging to two things, a resume and hope. how long have you ben out of work? >> for eight months now. >> reporter: wow. >> it's been hitting hard, economy, anything you can get your hand on right now you have to take it. >> reporter: for the unemployed, gifts may be coming early this year as many as 700,000 seasonal jobs around the country will be up for grabs. and in preparation for what could be the best holiday hiring season in five years, some of the biggest names in retail are already accepting applications. kohl's will hire 52,000 workers, a whopping 10,000 more jobs than last holiday season. at wal-mart, 50,000 jobs. 45,000 at toys "r" us, up 5,000 from last year and as many as 90,000 jobs at target. >> what we are seeing this year, retailers placing big bets. >> reporter: jobs that earn $7 an hour means $5,000 by the end of the holiday crush. it may not be much to live on, but for laid off call center worker matthew, it is a holiday wish come true. >> i was looking at the store down there, j
. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> thank you, brandi. that brings us to the facebook question of the day -- will higher airline fees force you to change your travel plans. holidays a few weeks away. log on to our facebook page. wnnfans.com. and weigh in, everybody. >> i usually go home in january instead of end of december. >> on a plane in a few hours to new orleans. see what the baggage fees are today. yeah. >> here is your thursday forecast, everybody. chance for showers in the northeast. pittsburgh to cleveland, louisville, wichita, oklahoma city. also, stormy from the texas panhandle to brownsville. showers from the colorado rockies to rapid city. >> 90s in sacramento, phoenix, dallas. mostly 70s in the heartland. 80s in the southeast. yes, sound good. >>> everything is bigger in texas, of course. one thing may be shrinking, the texas twang. >> whew. >> it's okay. relax. researchers from university of texas are on the case. their texas english project find that the twang is very much alive, but it is now more of a matter of choice. >> yes, you can -- you can still hear ex
's brandi hitt from los angeles with what they're saying. brandi. >> reporter: good morning. how many cleaning products do you have underneath your sink? there are so many out there that say all-purpose. consumer reports says most do not live up to that name. they claim to be heavy duty and remove tough dirt. but can all-purpose cleaners really do it all? consumer reports put these 19 brand name cleaners to the test on tough stains in the kitchen and bathroom. and found only one with enough cleaning power that warrants the name "all-purpose." >> the pine-sol original was our best of 19 tested products. it handled grease, grape juice, soap scum and a variety of other stains. >> reporter: consumer reports says a handful of losers including whippet, it costs 62 cents for each use and performed lousy on soap scum and scales. >> so you're paying through the nose for a cleaning product that really isn't going to do the job on most of the things you are hoping it is going to work on. >> reporter: while no spray cleaner made the recommended list, a couple green products made
just a phase for the baby and the parent. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> oh, they're only little once. >> i know. you look back and wish i could be there for an hour, but i'm sure that would grow old fast. >> gosh, i pick them up. i wuss out every time. >> have you gotten through the night. that magic stage where you have to let know they can't manipulate you? >> we have horrible habits. my kids come in and sleep with my husband the i am gone overnight. >> you are enabling. >> our facebook question of the day, what do you do when your baby won't stop crying. please give us your advice. we will respect your advice. >> let us know what you think. >> every parent has a different tactic. >> you recognize different cries. the rage cry, the i'm manipulating you cry. i'm hurt cry. >> the manipulating cry gets me every time. >> be right back. every time. >> be right back. um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, you need something powerful. you need lime-a-way. it's 4 times more effective at removing limes
. >>> in other news, in los angeles, police are trying to unravel a bizarre bank heist. two men in ski masks, kidnapped the bank manager and strapped a bomb to her midsection. abc's nick watt was there. >> reporter: east los angeles, 0830, the drama begins to unfold. the manager of bank of america, see her there, carefully walking out of the bank after telling her staff there is a bomb strapped to her stomach. >> she was told it was explosives. she was ordered to go into the bank. take out all the money. >> reporter: she told police the robbers kidnapped her and forced her to play that terrifying part in their audacious heist. this whole city block is shut down. right there on the low-loader, the bank manager's car being taken away for further investigation. the bank manager herself is being questioned by the fbi. the bomb squad using a robot to detonate the device. it is still unclear whether it was genuine or fake. there are echoes of the fatal robbery in pennsylvania in 2003 when a pizza delivery guy walked into a bank with a pipe bomb strapped to his neck and walked out with $8,700. the
the change. >> cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> why do i think you have something to say, sunny? >> you know, i believe that breast fed is the best fed and there are all of these wonderful health benefits. i nursed both of my children. i have a 6-year-old and a 10-year-old. but i do think that when your child has teeth and walks and talks and can walk to you and walks to your breast and says i'm hungry, i think it's time. >> you think it's time to stop. >> yeah. >> two, use with that. some people are more freaked out if you will about the idea that the kid is old. the other people are, the one whose are freaked out, plenty are, are more freaked out about the idea you are putting this on the cover of the magazine. >> actually i'm not offended by that at all. i'm just thinking what are the real benefits of nursing a 6-year-old? i mean -- isn't that what we are talking about? this child is almost 4. >> she said she was nursed until she was 6 years old. >> i don't think there are health benefits. certainly in other cultures. talking perhaps places where there is -- there are issues.
vega, abc news, los angeles. >> people mention, she had an evangelical upbringing, christian performing artist for a long time before she delved into secular music, so to speak. now she's going back. maybe she'll come full circle. >> who knows. maybe she's found her peace. >> let's hope she found her man. >> helping with a spiritual journey or another journey. >> helping her drain the bank account. >> she kissed john and she liked it. >> she did. i don't know what to say. keep talking. >> "insomniac theater" coming up. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back. >>> it is friday morning, and that means it's time for "insomniac theatre." we're going to take look at some of the new movies out this weekend. >> this morning, we have "end of watch" and first a look at a movie, clint eastwood and the chair. and justin timberlake, called "trouble with the curves kwgts -- not curves. curve. baseball, curveball. he has been a long-time scout. a very good scout for the atlanta braves. they're starting to question his judgment. especi
then. katie's is the number one. she won her time slot in the biggest markets of new york and los angeles. and, she outscored steve harvey, by 87%, jeff probst by 150%, and ricki lake by 250%. jessica simpson gets credit there. she was the big star, first episode. she pulled in the viewers. along with katie. congratulations to katie. >> the first time jessica really showed herself, and revealed how much weight she lost since the baby was born. if you have ever wondered what oprah winfrey, 58, if you wonder what she looks like in her 70s. she revealed through instagram, she is playing in this new bio pic, looks at butler of the presidents, cecil gains, she is playing his wife. you see pictures right here, with ronald and the misses, >> still looks good. how about that? >> and with lenny kravitz. she looks great even gray. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars i
killed one person and burned a dozen homes. abc's brandi hitt from los angeles with more on the destructive fire season so far. brandi. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. a deadly and costly year battling wildfires. here in california we haven't even reached the peak of fire season yet. fast-moving flames from the wildfire have kept fire crews in southeastern san diego county on their toes for three days. >> there was just flames that came up over the top -- i couldn't believe it. i thought i was dead. >> reporter: unfortunately this fire has turned deadly. firefighters recovered the body of a man found inside his burned home. neighbors say 82-year-old carson robinson only had one leg and refused to leave despite evacuation orders. >> it looks like they tried three times to do reverse 911 calls, a neighbor may have tried to bang on his door to get him to evacuate. >> reporter: this fire season on track to become the worst in a decade. so far more than 8.6 million acres have burned. >> there is no question the drought has played a rolen the fires. i think the big th
and flow lie over sacramento, san francisco, as well as silicone valley before arriving in los angeles where it will live out its days at a science museum. >>> and on the way cross-country, "endeavour" is saluting the people who made the shuttle possible. yesterday, it flew low over toston where former ko toston -- tucson where gabrielle giffords and mark kelly were watching, the commander on the "endeavour" final mission, he requested it to honor her why who championed the program in congress >> she looks like a million bucks, great. good for her. >>> the iphone five arrives today and fans are counting the hours. >> whoa! >> reporter: in asia the wait is over. some 800 people waited outside the store in downtown tokyo for days. apple made major changes in the version of the phone. expected to be a blockbuster. as many as 10 million units could be shipped by end of the month. >> you want to buy my old one? >> yeah, sure, i will give you, what, how much? how much would be a fair price for that? >> i'll give you a good deal. $6.89. >> for the phone. >> plus $300 for the adapter. >> there
in los angeles. but he is facing an uphill battle. four years ago, president obama won 67% of the hispanic vote. in this year, polls are indicating he could do even better. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> i think what's fascinating though is that, the conversation has turned from the economy, now to foreign policy. and, you know, of course here everyone is still talking about the economy and the effect it had on sort of, the average american. but foreign policy is now also affecting the average american the we have all of our families, troops abroad. talking about before. sort of the green on blue, did i say that correctly? >> green on blue attacks. >> oil, everything. >> it is really important. i think it is going to be interesting to see the debates. how that is sort of going to shape up. i think we thought, economy, economy, economy. now, foreign policy, foreign policy, middle east. >> speaking of the debates. early voting is going to start in iowa and ohio. i believe in iowa it starts september 27th. in ohio, october, october 2nd in ohio. the day before the fi
are as as real los angeles police officers. >> it's hard to do to hang out with this guy for five months. ngratulations. > grammy award winning chris rown has a special event for children who have suffered from domestic violence. ourerri was there. >> the first step in making a change is taking esponsibility. get out of your positive.and be >> chris brown opening up his world to "extra," inviting terri to the center in l.a. for their back to school fall fefestival. >> imagine how special they feel to be at a place where maybe they're not sure they're comfortable at and to see chris brown. for him to see if i had d it too over when this is what i would have done and i learned it ere. >> chris has spent two yea ith the kids here. they've changed him as much as he's changed them. want to say to people a about the relationships? >> know that everyone is human and understands that. that's what i would teach kids and would really want them to know. it's all about the love, man. >> coming up next week, terri's exclusive sit-down with chris. his life under the microscope now. >> i can't look at
. police linked the comments to the los angeles area, home where yee lives with his parents. they say several guns were found in the home which overlooks two schools. >> we're keeping in very close contact with our local officers. and -- we are -- taking every precaution. they have -- told us as of right now that we are safe at school. and so we are following procedures. we do have emergency procedures available and have not put any in place at this time. >> yee mentioned the shooting would be look the aurora, colorado massacre. he is being held on $1 million bail. >>> a line of fierce storms making its way up the east coast. flooding rains and strong winds struck all along the heavy populated i-95 corridor. >> tornado watches in effect until a short time ago in new york state including here in new york city. thousands without power as a result of the winds. massive trees blown over. smashing into homes. knocking down electrical lines. power companies are struggling to get them all back up. the damage though, was extensive but no serious physical injuries which is good. sunny, you hav
. i am shocked about breast implants in los angeles. just stunned by that news. >> yeah, kind of goes against everything we have ever heard. >> i don't get it. >> silicone, silicone valley. >> yes, indeed. >> kidding. >> get right to the tiptop of the story. >> we'll be all over it. >> all over it. >>> first, the 2012 democratic national convention has now come to an end with president obama's acceptance of his party's renomination. >> four years ago mr. obama promised change. this time he appealed for more time to finish the job. abc's karen travers joining us live from charlotte. thanks for hanging with us this friday morning, karen. >> reporter: good morning, paula. good morning, rob. we're it in here right now. vacuuming up all confetti off the floor. it is very quiet in here, but last night the place was rocking. president obama brought down the house with a speech to his supporters. he used the word hope more than a dozen times and asked americans at home to stay with him on a journey back to prosperity. president obama tried to recapture some of that 2008 magic. with 2/3 of ame
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